Painful Questions book.
Painful Questions book. We want a world without pain, fear, or heartache .
As a former student and now collaborator with him in writing and in ministry, I am one of the numerous beneficiaries indebted to William Craig and his stellar work in the philosophy of religion and Christian apologetics. It combines clarity and applicability without sacrificing depth. Each chapter has three major parts.
Painful Questions : Facing Struggles with Faith. By (author) Gary L. Watts. We can notify you when this item is back in stock.
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Prince William heeded his mother Princess Diana's advice to marry a girl he knew well. Yet there was already a tiny crack in the brotherly relationship. Ruefully, she explained to him that when she had married his father, Prince Charles, 'we hardly knew each other'. William is understood to have questioned his younger brother about the hastiness of his engagement to the television actress he’d known only for months.
Painful questions: facing struggles with faith. /ethodist theologian William H. Willimon, as astute. I Y. Lan observer of the modern scene as there is, com
Painful questions: facing struggles with faith. Gary L. Watts Scottsdale, Pennsylvania: Herald Press (1999). fi. ;/ethodist theologian William H. Lan observer of the modern scene as there is, com-. ments in the foreword of this book: "Here you will find life's toughest questions dealt with in a way that is engaging, read-able, and comprehensible. More important, (Watts) deals with these questions in a way that is explicitly Christian.
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